Walking Together: First Nations, Métis and Inuit Perspectives in Curriculum (2012)
This digital resource was launched on LearnAlberta.ca on January 12, 2012. This resource will strengthen the confidence of Alberta teachers in including First Nations, Métis and Inuit perspectives in their classroom instruction.
Walking Together was collaboratively developed with First Nations, Métis and Inuit community members who shared personal experiences and culturally based understandings of 12 interrelated topic areas, such as Worldview, Indigenous Pedagogy, Traditional Environmental Knowledge and Healing Historical Trauma. The resource includes a discussion guide and an interactive map of Alberta.
Medical/Disability Information for Classroom Teachers (2011)
Use this digital resource to find information and strategies to inform classroom practice and better meet the diverse learning needs of all students.
Supporting Social Participation (2011)
This digital resource provides strategies and student and teacher tips to support students' social participation in classroom and school activities. Use this information to build positive behaviour supports so all students are successful learners.
Building on Success: Helping Students Make Transitions from Year to Year (2006)
This resource provides sample ideas and templates for creating a learner profile that students, teachers and parents can use as part of the transition planning process. A print version, with the accompanying CD–ROM, is available for purchase.
Focusing on Success: Teaching Students with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (2006)
This resource provides classroom teachers with information and practical strategies they can use to better meet the needs of students with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
The Heart of the Matter: Character and Citizenship Education in Alberta Schools (2005)
This 275-page resource provides an overview of character and citizenship education and offers a sample framework for building and sustaining a culture of character. It also provides information and sample strategies for choosing an approach, assessing outcomes, fostering a positive school culture, infusing character and citizenship education across subject areas, choosing resources, linking with extracurricular activities, and involving parents and community. It also includes chapters on preventing bullying, creating a safe and caring school culture, choosing resources, and integrating character and citizenship education into co-curricular and extracurricular activities. The book ends with an extensive appendix, which provides a variety of useful information. (Grades K–12)
Supporting Positive Behaviour in Alberta Schools
This three-part resource provides information, strategies, stories from schools, and sample tools for systematically teaching, supporting and reinforcing positive behaviour.
Our Words, Our Ways: Teaching First Nations, Métis and Inuit Learners
The resource provides information about Aboriginal cultures and perspectives, and sample strategies for meeting the needs and recognizing the gifts of Aboriginal students.
Making a Difference: Meeting diverse learning needs with differentiated instruction
This resource provides teachers with an Alberta context for differentiated instruction, and information and strategies for implementing differentiated instructional practices to better meet the diverse learning needs of all students.